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pretty right now. we had have a few extra clouds. temperatures are all in the 50s except for napa. gusty winds in the north bay will remain. we will see breezy winds elsewhere. we will tell what you it means for your weekend and the week ahead when we return. >> and some changes a florida city is making to its neighborhood watch program more than a year after trayvon martin was shot and killed by george zimmerman. and the new rules for airplanes. soon you will not have to shut we'll take something tasty and healthy. ♪ ♪ if you wanna go and fly with me ♪ ♪ it's buzz the bee on your tv ♪ ♪ oh how did i get this way? ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ there's a party going on in your cereal bowl ♪ ♪ o's can help lower cholesterol ♪ ♪ oh why does it taste so great? ♪ ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ hey! must be the honey! >> welcome back, everyone. >> hillary clinton isn't even running for president yet, but she's already picked up a key endorsement. democratic senator chuck schumer of new york is backing her. he's joined a chorus of other d
-chill factor down to 33 degrees in napa. get set for a cool start but by the afternoon temperatures warming up somewhat. we will see some clouds around and we will call it partly cloudy with lies in the 50s by the coast by noontime. and mid-60s inland. warmest temperatures coming down another five to seven degrees. it will be cooler for everyone and the wind still kicking up over the hills with a wind advisory in the mountains. any prospects of rain coming up. >>> thank you, lisa. justify one day after a fatal shooting at lax, a scare for passengers at sfo. police board a plane and escort a man off a jet blue flight. nick smith has this story that you will only see on abc7 news. >> if a plane is going to go down, this plane is going to be destroyed. >> that's what one passenger told us he heard a man overhear him scream during a jet blue flight 1136. >> he said is so cloud and buoyant, that he caught my attention. >> he spoke with the passenger, alex alexander, who caught part of the scary and confusing moments on my smartphone. >> my hands was shaky, my heart was racing. >> the flight was in
. in fact, numbers have dropped into the 30s for parts of our north bay valleys around napa. but by noontime we will look at partly cloudy conditions, 50s and 60s around the bay. temperatures today will be held down and it will be breezy. in fact, we will be looking at breezy winds once again throughout the evening hours. so temperatures only in the 50s and 60s today so the cool trend, the dryer air mass with us this morning, it's going to stick around. i'll let you know for how long, when we will warm up, if we are going to see any rain. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. just one day after a fatal shooting at lax, a scare for passengers at sfo. police board a plane and escort a man off a jet blue flight. nick smith has this story that you will only see on abc7 news. >> he said if a plane is going to go down, this lane is going to be destroyed. >> that's what one passenger told us he heard a man overhear him scream during a jet blue flight 1136. >> he said is so loud and buoyant, that he caught my attention. >> he spoke with the passenger, alex alexander, who caught part of the scary and confusin
to 29. and almost or straight due south -- due north, you see here. but it's calm right now in napa. some of the heaviest winds over the open waters and all of that will shift enlainland. mount tam gusts to 25 and we have gusts out to about 13 and 31 miles an hour as you head out to the altamont pass there. no rain in the forecast for this evening. we may see clouds from time to time. 53 in san jose. and also we're seeing some of the nice lights from the city there. not as much cloudiness. napa in the 40s. 47 degrees and we have 53 in concord. here is a look at the forecast highlights. we'll continue with increasing wind mainly the higher elevations overnight tonight. and then we do look for returning back to pacific standard time. it's time to fall back one hour once again before you go to bed tonight and look for a cooler and breezy day for your sunday. pacific standard time 2 a.m. tomorrow. clocks go back which means you get to gain an extra hour of sleep. let's talk about the wind advisory that went up at 11:00 and will be with us through monday morning. but i want to tell you i
will be tonight and tomorrow. lake county, napa county. later today, some wrap around showers, i have seen these. right along the 680 corridor. and it would not surprise me until that low. the moisture off the pacific is ramping up around santa cruz toward morgan hill, gilroy and monterey, salinas, 10th of an inch. and to the north things starting to calm down. this will drift further to the south. 40s or 30s on the temp. there's our low as it moves out of the area, then things will calm down. kind of an active pattern here. light rain east and south possible, windy at times, higher el a vacation, not at the -- elevations. not as bad at the coast. a cool day, doesn't matter if you're north bay, coast, inland, out another east bay. 60 berkeley. san jose 62. cloudy light rain. morgan hill, light rain down there. santa cruz 62. 50s, 60s on the coast, in the city and peninsula looks good for halloween. i think we'll start off all right. it's going to get cold fast. we have calm conditions, better, cold morning, sunny, warm days through friday. maybe another system moving in on sunday. >>> thank you
the bridge, 51 miles per hour. officially, sfo, 48 miles per hour windg . also, napa, oakland, you had 506e 50 miles per hour wind gusts. in the south bay, san jose still 33 miles per hour. wind relaxening as low pressure moves away. we are are the western side of it. the wind is finished. the next stop is the cold. the snow level, 5,000 feet. kpix 5 high def doppler tracking widespread snow showers in the sierra right now. no showers for us, but what will be going on over the next several hours, the cold weather leading to frost advisory as soon as tomorrow night. not everybody will get frosted. everybody will be chilly. we will talk about that when we warm up again in a few minutes. >>> as i mentioned, it was almost impossible to sleep through the wild and windy conditions. we found a family that woke up to the scare of their lives. >> trees were toppled, power lines down and debris scattered across roadway. in antioch, mother nature hit this home hard. >> i heard a loud noise. i thought the house was falling so i ran out of the house. >> miriam sanchez said she thought he was an earthqua
amy showed us. next to mount diabolo 62 miles per hour. napa was at 47 miles per hour. the gusts are 18 in mountain view and 20 miles per hour in novato hugging the coast and the peninsula. headed through the afternoon we will get winds but they are not going to be that fast. the clouds are increasing and we will have a chance of an isolated instability with temperatures in the upper 50's to mid-60. >> in the santa cruz mountains we have an accident northbound 17 at laurel blocking one lane of traffic and that will gum up the commute if you are traveling from santa cruz. this is the altamont pass where we have the high wind advisory with sluggish traffic from tracy. mike was talking about this, we had a three car accident in the middle lane right here. in san rafael, traffic is flowing nicely at the turn headed your way to the parkway and outside, at the 80 berkeley drive it is getting crowded and sluggish at the macarthur maze but no delays at at the bay bridge. >> there were problems in emeryville with crews clearing rubble after the facade was torn off a store front when parts
. for the north bay upper 30's and napa 70 in alan >> pam: and 72 for a lost battle spirit inland valleys it will also be the low seventies and mid-70s in pleasanton. 67 in hayward with 66 in richmond. at the coastline even a little warmer. in the north they will be running in the low seventies. here is a look etch the extended forecast. upper 70's for inland valleys by friday. critical temperatures as you picked those winds up saturday night and into sunday. best talk a little bit more about tomorrow night with holly and the church readers. the weather would not be that bad but pretty mild temperatures occurred more in the '60s but by and o'clock it will be a little chilly and the north bay dipping into the mid 50's. >> catherine: you're looking at one of the newest and most high-tech warships in the world. the u-s-s zumwalt has made its public debut today -- it carries rocket-powered, computer-guided cannons that can destroy targets up to 60 miles away. it enters service next year and will carry 150 crew members. >> reporter: marin jury found 19 year-old guilty of commercial burglary an
yesterday 341 degrees and the napa. you'll need to put a jacket over those costumes as you get the kids out of school this morning. we are leaving out that just like in up to 43 and the south bay and maybe a little bit warmer for it and those new and east bay and san francisco or of an antelope clear skies and temperatures mixing out of the upper 50s to low 60s satellite and radar shows clear skies over the bay area print right now high pressure building overhead. that will allow for temperatures to one over the next couple of days. their 7 day around the bay forecast highlights tomorrow as the warmest day of the week but will start to cool things down as we head into saturday and sunday. we did have an accident in the southbound direction but that has been pushed off the freeway. back to our traffic mouse you'll see grain on the roadway sensors and a drive time coming out of the boston to san francisco running at 23 minutes. quick look at public transit. but mexico's elegant skeleton lady is getting a new lease on life about a century after she was created. mexico city is marking the cente
. temperatures in the upper 30s. -- napa. temperatures in the uner 30s. look for another cool day for tomorrow and then a warm-up by the middle of the workweek. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, nearly 50 years later, new evidence about the man who killed president kennedy. a veteran investigative journalist looks at it. >>> mary steenburgen is surrounded by men in "las vegas." she's in our green room. good morning, mary. >>> "the new york times" says cruise ships keep growing bigger, the big echt ones growing bigger. it's 225,000 tons. it's about the size of a anymore its aircraft carrier. there's a question about whether it can handle emergencies and large scale evacuations at sea. >> it's a reperspective of stallone's own work but some conservative member of the russian world are outrachlkt they consider some of the films to be prop indian da. >>> the "washington post" looks at an associated jobs. nine in ten 50 and older are very satisfied. they have bigger salaries and more job security. >>> and "people" magazine says julianne hough is apologized for a h
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